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3 Honda VF1000R Interceptor idling VFRs

these are my 3 Honda VF1000R Interceptor idling


 


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VF1000R start of restoration.





DAYDREAM VF1000R
On a certain summer day, I had a daydream of VF1000R. It was a dream to run through winding road on my longed-for flagship.





1986 Honda VF1000R
Beautiful 1986 Honda VF1000R for sale. Outstanding condition with lots of resto work completed recently. New rear shock, new battery, new choke cable, new fairing fasteners, new tires, new vibronator bar ends, new OEM handle grips, new OEM foot peg rubbers, new MRA OEM style tinted windshield, new spark plugs, K&N air filter, some new decals and many other upgrades. Very, very little fairing anomalies for this old of a bike. Starts and runs fantastic.





1985 Honda VF1000R
Short video I made of my 1985 Honda VF1000R....I buy,restore & sell vintage motorcycles & try to find the more rare & obscure models that vintage riders enjoy looking at & talking about.....





Granny loves her Cafe Racer!
97 year old mother of England still loves her Honda CB750 Cafe Racer!!





Clymer Manuals Honda VF1000R Motorcycle Sport Bike Walk Around Video
Clymer Manuals got a close up look at Timothy DeWitt's 1985 VF1000R. It was named Best Modern Sportbike by ThoughtBytes at the 2013 HoAME Vintage Motorcycle Show. Clymer on the lift didn't have to go far to attend the 2013 Heart of America Motorcycle Enthusiasts club 22nd Annual Vintage Motorcycle Show. Classic vintage antique motorcycles motorcycle bikes British, German, Japanese, Italian, European, American motorbikes were all on display. Manufacturers included Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Yamaha, BMW, Harley Davidson, Vincent, Triumph, BSA, Norton, Brough Superior, Indian, Cushman, Vespa, Laverda, Puch, Lambretta, MV Augusta, Ducati, Matchless, Zundapp, Moto Guzzi, AJS and more. There were 100% perfect restorations, bike ridden in, a few trailer queens, full-on customs, cafe racers, choppers, bobbers, trials bikes, dirt bikes, road racers...any type or style motorcycle you could imagine. Honda VF1000 on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_VF1000 The VF1000 range of Honda motorcycles was made from 1984 to 1988. The VF1000 is named after its V-4 998 cc double overhead cam 16 valve engine. There were three main models in the VF1000 range, the VF1000F (also known as Interceptor), the VF1000R and the VF1000F2. VF100F INTERCEPTOR The first of Honda's 1,000 cc VF range, known as the 1000 Interceptor, was launched in the USA and Canada in March 1984. The Interceptor had a 998 cc 113 BHP 16 valve V-4 engine with double over head chain driven cams. The bike featured adjustable Pro-Link rear suspension with adjustable braced front forks, silver aluminium ComStar wheels (16 inch front, 17 inch rear), and an aerodynamic half fairing and lower cowl with single rectangular headlight. Three discs comprised the braking system with dual discs and twin piston calipers at the front and a single disc with twin piston calipers at the rear. VF1000R In March 1984 Honda introduced the VF1000RE in Europe. Its styling was a celebration of the V4's racing heritage and the VF1000R was a showcase for the technology Honda had developed on the track. The super sports bike still featured the same 998 cc V-4 engine in its rectangular section pipe frame, but this was the first VF1000 to have gear driven cams that would become a trademark of future V4 Hondas, beginning with the VFR750. The VF1000R modifications increased the claimed output of the V4 engine to 122 bhp (91 kW) or 125bhp (American Release). The suspension system remains unchanged from the VF1000F but dual floating front discs and racing style piston calipers on the ventilated rear disc enhance the braking. The 16-inch (410 mm) front and 17-inch (430 mm) rear NS type aluminium ComStars came on quick-release axle holders, and other features included the endurance racer style twin headlights, adjustable clutch and front brake levers, full fiberglass racing fairing and solo seat cowl. VF100R on motorcyclespecs.co.za http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/Honda/honda_vf1000r.htm Honda's enthusiasm for the V4 engine I layout in the early 1980s was such that by 1984 the VF range comprised six models with capacities ranging from 400 to 1000cc. The fastest and most glamorous was the VF1000R: a limited-edition super-sports machine that was created, with little expense spared, to dominate production racing in the way that the straight-four CB1100R had done three years earlier. With its full fairing and racy red, white and blue paintwork, the VF1000R looked every bit the street-legal competition machine. Its specification list was mouth-watering, based on a liquid-cooled, 90-degree V4 engine that incorporated gear-driven overhead camshafts and produced no less than 122 hp @ l0000 rpm. That peak power output was 6bhp up on that of the VF1000F, the standard 998cc, 16-valve V4 from which the R model was derived. The I000F, also released in 1984, was an impressively fast and sophisticated bike. Its styling was similar to that of the original VF750F sportster, which had promised much before suffering widely publicized engine reliability problems. The VF1000F handled well and its engine was flexible, powerful and reliable. The exotic VF1000R cost roughly 50 per cent more than the F. and oozed quality from every pore. Its fairing was reinforced with carbon-fibre, its adjustable handlebars were made from polished alloy, its streamlined seat hump fitted perfectly. Its engine's gear-driven cams allowed more precise valve timing at high revs, which accounted for some of the extra power. Clymer motorcycle repair manuals are written specifically for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. From basic maintenance to troubleshooting to complete overhaul, Clymer manuals provide the information you need. The most important tool in your tool box may be your Clymer manual, get one today.





VF1000R Walk around.(RVF1000R)
Here's a quick walk around for my '85 VF1000R. I missed 2 riding seasons getting it to this stage. Everything but the gauges and the coils was either painted, powder coated, welded, removed, rewired, replaced, reconditioned, relocated, covered in carbon fiber, or polished. I still need to sort out the jetting and get(or make) a wind shield but that will have to wait. Time to ride now. Here's a link to the build process... http://www.vfrdiscussion.com/forum/index.php/topic/49908-time-to-rebuild-th e-vf1000rit-lives/





Honda NSR400 starting & revving
Honda NSR400 starting & revving at Vintage Bike OC meeting





1986 Honda VF1000R Interceptor 2800 miles
this is my 1986 Honda VF1000R Interceptor with just 2800 miles on the clock! so clean





Sound of VF1000R
Video taken while out with my mighty V-Four. Got a misfire - out of gas, had to switch to reserve midways.





Ride on VF1000R 3/3
honda VF1000R is a sports model which is not a touring model. I believe it is all right if you take aspect pressure well even if you take the deep Lean angle.





RVF 1000R - custom built VF1000R
This my recently acquired VF1000R it has NC30? race fairings and some other subtle enhancements intended to nmake it lighter, and better handlind. I think Jim Mott of HMR fame has succeeded. I bought the bike as it and take no credit for the work.





1985 Honda VF1000R Yoshimura high speed passes
1985 Honda VF1000R with dual Yoshimura Exhausts doing some high speed passes





VF1000R first ride after custom rebuild.(RVF1000R)
The first test ride after 2 years of hard work and not riding. A quick shake down run to make sure everything was running true with no apparent issues. All seemed tight. It sounds just like a V4 race bike should! It sure felt great to get back in the saddle, pull up the side stand and let out the clutch. I think my son was more happy to see the old man ride than me. Build process can be read here... http://www.vfrdiscussion.com/forum/index.php/topic/49908-time-to-rebuild-th e-vf1000rit-lives/ Check out my other video for a walk around.





1985 Honda VF1000R
Only 26,250km, spent 10 years in wraps and here she is today.





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